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THE NEW MEXICO CONSORTIUM

The New Mexico Consortium (NMC) is non-profit corporation formed by three New Mexico universities in order to facilitate research in the state of New Mexico, and specifically to increase research collaborations between universities, industry and Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL).
The New Mexico Consortium is committed to the health and safety of our research and administrative staff. We continue normal operations working remotely and by adhering to Governor Lujan Grisham’s work restriction policies. For the latest coronavirus information, please monitor the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) webpage. Please contact us if needed by emailing info@newmexicoconsortium.org.

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NMC NEWS

SciVista Partners with the NMC to bring Virtual Reality to NM Universities

SciVista Partners with the NMC to bring Virtual Reality to NM Universities In 2021, SciVista began a partnership with the New Mexico Consortium (NMC) in order to bring Virtual Reality into the major New Mexico universities where students, professors, researchers, and faculty could capitalize on all the benefits that SummitVR™ and Virtual Reality can provide
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Winner of Supercomputing Challenge Environmental Modeling Award

Winner of Supercomputing Challenge Environmental Modeling Award The New Mexico Consortium is proud to announce this year’s winner of the Supercomputing Challenge Environmental Modeling Award. This award was created 15 years ago by David Janecky, a Los Alamos National Laboratory scientist (now retired), Supercomputing Challenge mentor, finalist judge, instructor, and technical reader.  LANL has been
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International Conference on DNA Computing and Molecular Programming

International Conference on DNA Computing and Molecular Programming The 28th International Conference on DNA Computing and Molecular Programming (DNA28) will be held on August 8-12, 2022 at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, NM. Research in DNA computing and molecular programming draws together mathematics, computer science, physics, chemistry, biology, and nanotechnology to address the
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NMC RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS

Emma Goldberg Recently Published in The American Naturalist

Emma Goldberg Recently Published in The American Naturalist New Mexico Consortium scientist, Emma Goldberg, recently published an article titled, Effects of plasticity on elevational range size and species richness in The American Naturalist. This research looks at “plasticity”, which is the process that causes an organism to develop different characteristics in different environments. Plasticity tends
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NMC Scientists and USDA-ARS Collaborators Offer Solutions to a Deadly Citrus Disease

NMC Scientists and USDA-ARS Collaborators Offer Solutions to a Deadly Citrus Disease Scientist from the New Mexico Consortium (NMC) have a new publication titled, Two Liberibacter Proteins Combine to Suppress Critical Innate Immune Defenses in Citrus. This publication will be published soon in Frontiers in Plant Science in the Crop and Product Physiology section. The
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Worldwide Collaboration to Tackle Covid Pandemic

Worldwide Collaboration to Tackle Covid Pandemic Bette Korber, a Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) scientist and New Mexico Consortium affiliate, along with LANL colleagues Hyejin Yoon, Will Fischer and James Theiler, and among nearly 130 authors from institutions around the world, recently published a paper in the journal Nature titled, “Defining the risk of SARS-CoV-2
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